Avinger Scholarship

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Criteria for selection: Applicants must give evidence of their commitment to their proposed idea, issue, project, or venture. They must work hard, think critically, take smart risks, and learn from failure.

Award: Avinger Scholars have a guaranteed space in the application-year Venture Lab program and up to $5000 of seed funds. Venture Lab is a fully-funded, Davidson-run, 10-week startup incubator designed to accelerate the development of aspiring innovators through experiential education.

Method of Selection: Finalists chosen on the strength of their submitted applications will be interviewed on October 19, 2017 by a committee including members of the Avinger Scholars Advisory Team, the director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, and Davidson faculty and/or staff members designated by the Director of Merit Programs.

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